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. >> reporter: b.j. gallagher has been on an online shopping spree. >> i've within buying stuff i never thought i would buy at amazon. i bought outdoor cushions, a barbecue cover. i couldn't believe i cowl buy a can of polyurethane on amazon. >> reporter: she also watt makeup, a space heater and a new yoga map. why are you buying so much stuff? >> they're going to start charging sales tax. just in the last couple of months, i'm sure i've saved a couple of hundred dollars in sales tax. >> reporter: but that tax break is now over. as of today, amazon is now collecting california sales tax, adding seven to nearly 10% to the cost of each order. for more than a decade, amazon fought collecting sales tax in state where it had no physical operations, but now eight states, some with amazon warehouses have, made the retailer ta tack on the tax. in cash-strapped california sales tax on amazon orders is expected to bring in $83 million in the next year. with the tax fight over, amazon billion giant new distribution centers in california like this one outside of los angeles. it's one million square feet an
. >> this is either a revictimization of the victim or potentially a cathartic healing experience. >> reporter: b.j. bernstein is a lawyer closely following this trial. >> there is something powerful about a victim being able to stand up and say, you do it. >> what's really empowering for someone is to look that person to eye and know that they, in a safe place, to be able to say, you know, you killed my mother, you stabbed me. these things happened to me. >> reporter: court officials aren't taking any chances forcing him to keep his distance away from the alleged victims. marking the spot on the floor. no matter how awful the crime. the accused can represent themselves as trial. >> even though he's acting as his own lawyer he can still sit in the witness and testify on his own behalf. >> amazing story. >>> coming up an infection spreading across most of the country. at least 130 dead. thanks to the tiny mosquitos. we're inside the outbreak of west nile virus next. you like who you are... an] and you learned something along the way. this is the age of knowing what you're made of. so, why let erecti
trying to make up some ground. posting the rangers. b.j. upton had himself a day. 20 of the of the season. in the sixth, often gets the hat trick for blackjack. 21st of the year. an incredible talent. the only needed one of those home runs. he went the distance. tampa, 6-0 over first-place texas. the yankees are back in first alone. orioles' one game back. all three of the day off on monday. orioles and raise will get together for three games starting tuesday. -- orioles and the rays on monday. 22 games left. the ravens final walk-through ended today with a visit from an, dolly. the tweeted out pictures with the champion. -- a visit from muhammed ali. caldwellore loose than had been working with peyton. it shows flexibility to just now take control of the offense. >> turning the job in cleveland with the browns hosting the eagles today. begin to trend richardson, a first-round draft pick. dumptruck. helmet destroying that 9-yard run. former terp, jackson with a pick 6. 4 interceptions on the date for michael vick. vick, this one on target, a touchdown pass with 1 minute 18 seconds left. t
to book a bj when we would like. so now -- a dj when we would like. our price ranges from $7 to $12. we're hoping to add a higher and choice. we're working with security services. not only will we have a security guard at the door, we will have a back a security guard to use that we can pull in case there's any big issue. it is my first time doing this. if you have any questions. >> are you going to use outside promoters or are you going to keep this in house? >> my intention is to keep this in house so it keeps the neighborhood feel. if i did choose to use an outside promoter, there will have to fit this loungey feel. >> i have seen the gutted building. can you tell the commission a little bit? you are developing the second story downstairs. what is going to be there? >> originally the downstairs was about 900 square feet. we decided to dig out the basement so it matches the upper floor, 1800 square feet on both floors. one-third of the space downstairs is an unfinished room and we do not know if we want that to be a public space in the future, or if we're fortunate enough to possibly
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-1 lead on teagarden's rbi double....top 8...wei-yin chen strikes out bj upton but desmmnd jennings swipes 3rd...90 feet from scoring....next batter...ben zobrist swinging bbnt to 3rd... jennings scores the tying run...chen goes 7 and a third strong innings....bottom 8...1 out...go ahead run on 3rd... joel peralta strikes out manny machado....next man up... the inning...this game heads - to extras....bottom 13..runner on 1st...machado bunts...throw to first bounces..machado's safe...2 on, nobody out.... pt's reynolds' turn...bloop to shallow center..endy chavez has to hold at 2nd...ball drops...stationnto station... o's have bases loaded with nobody out....roberr andino can win it...sharp grounder to 2nd...rays get the out at home...one out..winning run still at 3rd....matt wieters pinch hitting for teagarden... chris archer fell behind 3-oh...but comes back to strike out the o's catcher... now 2 outs with the bases loaded....last night's hero nate mclouth...a chance to do it again...but he strikes out...o's had the bases loaded and no outs and do not score... manny machado just hit a wal
....top 8...wei-yin chen strikes ouu bj upton but desmond jennings swipes 3rd...90 feet from scoring....next batter...ben zobrist swinging bunt to 3rd... jennings scores the tying run...chen goes and a third strong innings....bottom 8...1 out...go ahead run on 3rd... joel peralta strikes out manny machado....next man up... peralta fans reynolds tt end the inning...this game heads to extras....bottom 13..runner on 1st...machado bunts...throw to first bounces..machado's safe...2 on, nobody out.... it's reynolds' turn...bloop to shallow center..endy chavez has to hold at 2nd...ball drops...stationnto station... o's have bases loaded with nobody out....robert andino can win it...sharp grounder to 2nd...rays get the out at hooe...one out..winning run still at 3rd....matt wieters pinch hitting for teagarden... chris archer fell behind 3-oh...but comes back to strike out the o's catcher... now 2 outs with the bases loaded....last night's hero nate mclouth...a chance to do it again...but he strikes out...o's had the bases loaded and no outs and do not score... .bottom 14...machhdo hits a f
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in the 5th.. yynkees hosting the rays...top of the 8th...tampa up 4-2...bj upton crushes it to left... into the bullpen...sslo shot... rays in front 5-2....bottom of the 8th...alex rodriguez moonshot tooleft...2-run blast closes the gap to a run...witt the long ball, he passes lou gehrig for 9th on the all-time runs list....bottom 99..6-4 rays...fernando rodney strikes out derek jeter to end tte game...rays take game one in new york 6-4... with the yankees loss, the o's are in sole possession of first place for the time being...tampa bay closes to within 3 and a half games... all the attention from the ravens season opener...is ppinted directly at the offense.as it should be.joe flacco and company made a big statement...and for once... maybe baltimore will be known other side of the ball. fast-paced offense.not a hurry used a majority of the game. sooetimes the snap came quick... other times flaaco read the defense and changed things up at the line of scrimmage.keeping the bengals off balance.resulting in 430 total yards... 44 points... for the ravens..an early recipe for success. r
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and puts the rays in front. tampa bay goes back-to-back, desmond jennings and b.j. upton. homer to put this away for the rays. it's 5-2. baltimore's win and new york's loss puts the two teams in a first place tie with tampa bay just a game and a half behind. when we come back, a navy seal's story. new details about the raid at osama bin laden's complex last year from a seal who was there and who wrote a newly released book on it. [ male announcer ] one try can change everything. from a seal who was there and who wrote a newly released book on it. from a seal who was and who wrote a newly released book on it. from a seal who was and who wrote a newly released book on it. ,,,, >>> here's a look at the weather in some cities around the country. in d.c., thunderstorms, 88 degrees. same deal in atlanta, 86. strong afternoon thunderstorms in st. louis, 94 degrees. sunny in denver, 83. sunny out in seattle, 80 degrees. >>> one of the seal team 6 members who flew into osama bin laden's pakistani compound last year under the cover of darkness is revealing details about his orders and what went
. rays on top, 4-2. not done yet. very next batter. b.j. upton. his 18th home run of the season. the rays go on to win 5-2. the yanks have now lost three in a row. >>> so, the orioles chasing the yankees. baltimore taking on the blue jays. top five, no score. two on for mark reynolds. crushes one to left. his 17th home run of the season. fifth home run in five games. the o's have a season high 18 hits. and shutout the blue jays, 12-0. and they're tied with the yankees in the division. >>> white sox, taking on the twins. that's outfielder dewayne wise pitching for the white sox because, well, the white sox used six pitchers in this game. wise gets a double-play. and the next batter gets ryan doumit to fly out and end the inning. phil humber allowed eight home runs. ouch is right. >>> reds/phillies. that's matt latos. pitching to nate schierholtz in the top of the second. check out jay bruce tracking it. makes a great catch at the wall. great concentration. the reds win 2-1. cincy's first home win versus the phillies in two years. >>> that's your "sportscenter" update. i'm hakem dermish. ha
onnews4,bjbíce õhe ñ0af thinkt addjsg president clinton: this election to me is about which... candidate is more likely to return us to full employment. this is a clear choice. the republican plan is to cut more taxes on upper-income... people and go back to deregulation. that's what got us in trouble in the first place. president obama has a plan to rebuild america from... the ground up, investing in innovation, education... and job training. it only works if there is a strong middle class. that's what happened when i was president. we need to keep going with his plan. president obama: i'm barack obama and... i approve this message. with some kisd and parents ready for the big day and the traffic. tony? >> reporter: i did. jim and doreen, a couple years since i put on a backpack and walked through the doors of a school but for fairfax county students that's all going to change tomorrow and you know what that means, a lot of last-minute school supply shopping. >> that's one pocket folder, three-ring notebook and three rolls of tape. >> reporter: as 191th largest school district in the na
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-to-back, desmond jennings and b.j. upton. homer to put this away for the rays. 5-2. baltimore's win and new york's loss puts the two teams in a first place tie with tampa bay just a game and a half behind. when we come back, a navy seal's story. new details about the raid at osama bin laden's complex last year. from a seal who was there and who wrote a newly released book on it. [ male announcer ] one try can change everything. from a seal who was there and who wrote a newly released book on it. from a seal who was and who wrote a newly released book on it. from a seal who was and who wrote a newly released book on it. would you notice if you... were missing half your kidney function? according to the national kidney foundation, 20 million people have chronic kidney disease... and 20 million more may be at risk... and not even know it. anyone with high blood pressure, diabetes or a family history... of chronic kidney disease is at risk. early diagnosis is vitally important. to get the whole story, talk to your doctor and visit... the national kidney foundation at kidney.org... or call for a free
were at costco, target, sam's club, and bj's. buying a box of diapers with more than 120 diapers will likely say you anywhere from 15% to 20%. when it comes to cloth diapers, they are most efficient when you watch them yourself. >> and that is fun. >> remember those days. >> and we look at a unique front yard display. the city denies taking it down without notice. but first -- >> it is a baby on steroids. >> that is one way to describe one of nbc's newest comedy is. a preview of your wednesday night lineup when we come back. a west virginia casino spending a fortune... to stop question seven. they don't want competition. the washington post wrote the casino behind the ads is... "most concerned with its own bottom line." and the baltimore sun says it "doesn't have maryland... taxpayers' interests at heart." so when you see these ads remember... they're about what's good for west virginia's casino... not maryland. vote for maryland jobs and schools. vote for question seven. >> nbc has a lineup of brand new show is making its debut tonight. we have the details. >> creature comedy ta
people there is evil out there. not b.j. teacher lounge crap like that. sorry. >> eric: where were you? >> dana: my life changed dramatically. after 9/11 is when i came back to washington, d.c. from san diego. and i worked at the justice department. and if at the time, way back then there was no homeland security department. everything was held to justice. immigration, everything. all eyes were on there. i went back to join a friend of mine named tucker working for john ashcroft at the time. i had never met president bush until then. one thing i will say about him, all the times that i got to spend with him from that point on, it didn't matter where he was. i think president obama probably the same. it doesn't matter what they are doing, there is always something in back of their mind and in their eye you can tell are we doing everything we possibly can do to prevent this from happening again? thankfully, this is not partisan issue when it comes to fighting al-qaeda and setting up protocols in the united states to keep us safe. it was not a democrat issue or a republican issue. america
's including and bj's. >> you save a lot by buying in bulk. >> no surprise they found more diapers per package, the lower the per unit prize. buying a box of diapers with more than 120, you'll likely save 15% to 20%, but this may surprise you, checkbook found rock-bottom prices online with amazon. it's called amazon mom, part of its $79 annual prime membership, parents get two-day free shipping, along with other perks. >> prices there were far lower than any of the local shops. so $400 in savings, $79 feel doesn't look so bad. >> these amazon moms love the price and diapers to their door. >> it's cheaper to buy online and get free shipping. >> i think every mom nods what an ordeal. i would rather gnaw my arm off than have to do that. >> reporter: while cloth is ecofriendly, checkbook calls it the most cost official if you wash them yourselves. either way, cloth or disposable, you can save hundreds every year if you know where to buy. >> that's a pretty good deal for most parents. >> the bottom line checkbook says don't rule out the generic brands, very cost-efficient, but always try to buy a s
won't want to miss. it found some of the best prices at target, costco, sam's club and bj's. >> you save a lot by buying in bulk. >> reporter: no surprise checkbook found the more diapers per package, the lower the price. buying a box of diapers with more than 120, you'll likely save 15 to 20%. but this may surprise you -- checkbook found rock bottom prices for brand name diapers online with amazon. it's called amazon mom. part of its $79 annual prime membership parents get freeshiping along with the other perks. >> the prices there were far lower than the other stores we shopped. $400 in savings, the fee doesn't look so bad. >> reporter: these amazon moms love the price and diapers to their door. >> it's cheaper to buy online, then get free shipping. >> every mom knows what an ordeal it is to have to drive your children to the grocery store. i'd rather gnaw my own arm off than do that. >> reporter: checkbook says cloth diapers have made a comeback. while it's more eco friendly, it is the most cost efficient, too, if you wash them yourself. these moms all use cloth diapers. >> it fe
that long because b g -- b.j. upton just launched into that. bottom of the first, the orioles tied on a single and then they go ahead, a shot to right center field. j. j. hardy, -- and now check out this play from manny machado, as he flies into second. swengle but -- manny fakes and throws behind rick thompson to a purpose -- perfectly placed j.j. harding. tremendous play from both manny machado and j j harding. ben manny machado, the game winning run. helpless watching it all away. let the celebration began. manny machado got a bigger surprise when he talked about it after the game durin. i just pump faked to first and threw its 1/3. >> welcome to the big leagues. shaving cream pies. cover up when at and jones are out there. the ravens all alone in first place in the afc north and get ready to take on the philadelphia eagles. manny machado, 20 years old, ray lewis is 37 and playing like he is 20. he continues to defy father time. the eagles are a 2.5 point favorites. the orioles, unbelievable. >> 66 degrees downtown. walking in baltimore city can be downright dangerous. we will t
67. mcelroy and woods are both at -12 periods the leader is b.j. sang. indiana is going to be cooking in this weekend. my wife is ready to go, we have some e-mail's. >>gary: when we come back, someone is ripping me. had high off ... loft since it [ male announcer ] introducing sizzler's signature sandwiches. starting at $6.99. our tri-tip with hand-breaded onion straws, our crispy shrimp smothered in bang bang sauce, and tuscan chicken on focaccia. sizzler. off >>gary: for the fourth time tonight i a.m introducing police did. >> what is your hand up with milky cabrera running in the batting title? he was suspended, but he got the hits. >>gary: defeat is indeed on top at the end of the year, even if he is suspended, they can give him and and 0-3 in the >> point blank, if you cheated to achieve those statistics, you should not be rewarded. how can you argue that. >> if i remember correctly, the last time randy moss was in green bay, he pulled that nasty stunt on the goalpost. >>gary: i will not even describe it. >> he says he is a new man playing for the 49ers. >> if he plays w
think "what are you smiling about?"bj but the fact that i can look at the world the way i do, whatever that is that made that happened. i wouldn't want to risk changing it by changing anything that's happened since. >> narrator: parkinson's does ask a lot, and so in the end, it's how we answer that matters. >> after all, we were very, very fortunate and we lived a long time. look, it goes without saying, i'm still here. but bill had a good life. we traveled. we just did it. i can't imagine to this day having had a better life. >> the best thing to do, and maybe the only thing to do, is to keep looking forward and to value and honor and believe in those friends and family members, loved ones, who continue to believe in you. >> narrator: we usually think of time as the enemy, but i've come to think that time is also an ally. yes, the disease is progressive, but so, too, is science. and as we await those discoveries, we have at our fingertips the enduring power of the human spirit to be passed on from one to the next. i don't know what lies ahead, but i already know there will be remarkab
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-star panel, b.j. crowley, and richard williamson. let's talk about bill clinton for a moment. i interviewed him today, a fascinating interview in many ways, such a charismatic, powerful, influential figure, let's start with up is it massively helpful, having this kind of huge beast now fully behind you guys? because all of the he evidence shows since he made the barn-storming convention speech, are you back in the driving seat. >> well, i think that, you know, the president -- both presidents, you know, have gravitas on foreign policy and president clinton did give president obama a boost in charlotte, and i think this allows the president on a day like today, you knowto look presidential. i think probably governor romney felt the same way in coming to cgi. i think both men being there, it's important to put foreign policy front and center at this point in the campaign. >> i thought it was good mitt romney went there, cracked a couple of good jokes, and you have to say, look at the overall position in this election, it seems extraordinary to me that the polls seem to be widening. when you h
face. >> gretchen: that's what i'm thinking about. >> brian: it was a chimp. >> brian: b.j. and him? >> who was that? >> brian: what was the name of the clint eastwood move yeah with the gorilla? "any which way but loose." >> gretchen: okay. we have to switch gears. anti-american protests turning violent. throwing rocks, setting cars on fire at a military base and shouting death to america. the spike in violence comes as hezbollah calls for more protests in the middle east. greg palkot joins us live with the latest on the situation. good morning, or good afternoon. >> hi. yeah, the protests triggered by the made in the u.s. anti-muslim film continued to spread around the world from here if tunisia and elsewhere. on the outskirts of kabul, there were cars burned, rocks thrown, injuries reported. didn't breach the walls, though, of that u.s. base. next to pakistan in a major city of catchy, the consulate there, the u.s. consulate was approached by protesters. they got by one barrier. they didn't scale the walls. no staffer was hurt. but it was a deadly scene scene. lebanon. call from
. the book is called "social media is bs," for lack of saying curse word b.j. mendleson. thanks for talking with us. >> thank you. >> appreciate it. >>> we've got to take a short break. back in just a moment. energy is being produced to power our lives. while energy development comes with some risk, north america's natural gas producers are committed to safely and responsibly providing generations of cleaner-burning energy for our country, drilling thousands of feet below fresh water sources within self-contained well systems. and, using state-of-the-art monitoring technologies, rigorous praices help ensure our operations are safe and clean for our communities and the environment. we're america's natural gas. >>> welcome back to "starts point." go to any runs race and you're likely to see at least one disabled competitor. it wasn't this way. pioneers like dick trom broke the barriers and made it happen. take a look. >> working out in central park is the best time of the day for me. it's an opportunity to test myself. you feel like you can do anything. back in 1965 i got hit by a car and i e
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